GameEx is a graphical DirectX based front-end for MAME, Zinc, Daphne, PC Games, and all command line based game emulators, along with being a complete Home Theatre PC solution or plugin for the windows media center. It’s designed to be used seamlessly with arcade controls and various arcade products and also has fully featured touchscreen and tablet support suitable to be used as a CarPC and touchscreen frontend. GameEx is available as a free or enhanced registered version.
Friendly interface for seamless navigation
When it comes to gaming, everyone knows that looks are very important and for this reason, the GUI of this program is glossy and nicely polished to offer a smoother experience to all users.
The main functions are always at hand thanks to the intuitive layout and there are plenty of extras to keep the user informed about the latest releases, news and even the weather condition.
Extensive support for emulators and detailed configurations
GameEx is well equipped to handle a wide variety of game emulators, including MAME, GameBase and many more. The fact that it can function as a Home Theatre environment further increases its value, as well as the support for touch-enabled devices.
The most important thing about this program is setting it up correctly, as there are numerous customizations that can be made. The setup can be carried out in one of the several modes available, so you can choose the level of details involved in this procedure.
From theme selection to audio, video and touchscreen and tablet options, everything has a little something you can tinker with in order to make the whole experience more to your liking. In case you need a specific emulator, be sure stop a while at the Download Emulators step in the configuration wizard to pick and grab it.
Advanced game emulation environment
The conclusion is that with GameEx any user can enjoy many of the titles they loved to play on a console or they can watch their preferred movies without having to leave this application.
Note: There are three different incarnations (versions) of GameEx